by, Heidi Kerr-Schlaefer What is better than dinner out followed by theater? Never having to leave your seat. Only 26 miles form Berthoud, the Boulder’s Dinner Theater is a short drive away, and if you’ve never been, you are truly missing a memorable experience. Boulder’s Dinner Theater was established in 1977, and their actors and actresses have long and impressive resumes. Many have performed in New York, Chicago, on
Review by Jason Thompson Back in 1996, Roland Emmerich probably never would have guessed that the film “Independence Day” would define his career. Emmerich is still trying to destroy the heck out of the world in his new opus simply titled “2012.” In 2009, a scientist discovers that the Earth’s temperature is rising due to something about neutrinos being too high. He calls upon colleague Dr. Adrian Helmsley (Chiwetel
What is going on at Sanford’s Grub & Pub? Last night we visit their Ft. Collins, Colorado location at 1526 Oakridge Drive (just south of Harmony Road). This is a favorite spot to meet up with friends from Ft. Collins because the food is well-priced and they have a good happy hour (1/2 price drinks & appetizers). We arrived to find a sign over the bar declaring $1 draft
“Spamalot” opened to a full house last night at Denver’s Buell Theater. It’s the shows second run in Denver. Written by the Monty Python alum Eric Idol as a spoof of the movie “Monty Python’s and the Holy Grail,” this play is even more ridiculous than the movie. Thankfully, I’m a fan of ridiculous and it seemed most of the crowd at last night’s show were also fans of ridiculous.